Go Softly All My Years [NOOK Book]

Overview

Averill Lowe is an assistant to Reife Braddock, president of an engineering company that has begun turning out armaments for the British in their battle with the Nazis begun in 1939.

The company is fire-bombed and design plans for a stunning new weapon goes missing. This weapon could possible mean the difference between victory and defeat. Reife travels to Cairo to follow the treacherous associate who has done this. He falls into grave danger in Cairo. Averill young, idealistic,...

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Go Softly All My Years

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Overview

Averill Lowe is an assistant to Reife Braddock, president of an engineering company that has begun turning out armaments for the British in their battle with the Nazis begun in 1939.

The company is fire-bombed and design plans for a stunning new weapon goes missing. This weapon could possible mean the difference between victory and defeat. Reife travels to Cairo to follow the treacherous associate who has done this. He falls into grave danger in Cairo. Averill young, idealistic, and not a little foolhardy, braves an enemy-infested North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea to land in Cairo, intending to use the knowledge that a childhood lived in Egypt has provided to rescue Reife and the stolen designs.

Personal battles in her own life begin to emerge in the form of a shattering espose of an unlikely foreign agent, and she watches the fault line--between her deep faith in a personal God and the lack of it in the man she loves--widen. Courted by two other men who love her, Averill stays true to herself while her high adventures provide readers a roller coaster of a ride.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011064067
  • Publisher: Virginia Benson
  • Publication date: 6/11/2010
  • Series: Braddock Family , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 72,204
  • File size: 629 KB

Meet the Author

Virginia Benson is the author of more than 40 published short stories and articles. She teaches computer applications part time at a technical school and lives in Pompano Beach, Florida.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2013

    Dull

    You have to REALLY enjoy the WWII era to read this. I got 90 pages in and stopped. Chapter four was repeated. The main female character is boring. Lacks intrigue.

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  • Posted June 14, 2011

    I loved the history of WWII and romance of this book. Christian without being "preachy"

    Averill, the heroine, takes a job at Reife Braddock's engineering firm and finds her boss devastatingly attractive. However, for personal values reasons, she feels she cannot fall in love with him. Reife has to travel to Egypt to follow the trail of stolen designs from the firm's safe and has only a short time to do it. The plans are crucial to the desert war in North Africa for the British side. Averill rashly follows him when he falls into terrible danger and through her friendship with a childhood friend who is police chief in Cairo rescues three men, including Reife, who have surprises of their own to relate. Averill stays true to herself and finds true love despite her willfulness and pride.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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